We have all heard about The Dubious Goals Committee, meeting sporadically to make (usually dubious) decisions about contested goals in the Premier League. What you might not have heard of, however, is thedubiousgoalscommittee.co.uk.
We are not that sordid FA bureaucracy for a number of reasons – for one we focus far beyond England in to the realms of Europe, the Americas, Pangea and the Internet. We have dragged The Dubious Goals Committee in to the technological age, and, while kicking our heels until the next dubious goals is scored, our blog is the result. We aim to provide insightful and eloquent written content alongside visually beautiful representations of football statistics and data. There’s also room for fun and imagination, as our Bob Wilson’s Wikipedia and Butterfly Effect features will confirm.
There will be puns, hyperbole, fights and a whole lot of debate. But we will be right of course. The Committee’s decision is final.
Unlike the shady cabal, this is no closed unit and we encourage you to get involved. You can throw us some spam / hate / love on Twitter, where we are known as @TheDGCommittee, by email email@example.com or knocking on a mirror while chanting Paul Alcock three times (it’s not worked so far).
We’re also keen to welcome new writers to The Dubious Goals Committee, so if you want to get involved then drop us an e-mail with some examples of your finest work. If you haven’t gotten around to writing your perfect piece yet, then give us some ideas of articles you’d like to write and we can go from there. You can find more information, should you so wish, on our Write for The Dubious Goals Committee page.
Come on, it’ll be fun…